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Many people know Tony Petrello for his contributions to development and growth of the oil and gas drilling sector. He is the CEO of Nabors Industries a firm which operates in many countries around the world and which has its headquarters in Texas. Tony has led the company as the CEO since 2011, but he has been an executive in the company since 1991. Tony Petrello has done something that has not been seen before in the industry; he has taken over the management of a company that was not even known by many, and within two decades, he has brought phenomenal transformation. Under his leadership, the company has opened operations in 25 countries. It is also now producing the nest drilling rigs in the world.

Tony Petrello is a key praised for his role in the drilling sector, but there is another initiative that he is supporting that shows the real personality of Petrello away from the business sector. In recent times, he has been attracting attention because of his philanthropy. He is donating generously to needy causes in the United States. Having generated enough money to live on for the rest of his life, he is focused on helping the helpless also lead a good life. He has so far contributed to a number of causes, but there is one that has featured prominently since it is a cause that he is personally attached to.

Tony Petrello together with his wife-Cynthia has special interests in the health of children suffering from neurological disorders. Being parents to a child who is suffering from such a condition, they are determined to see that just like other illnesses, a cure is developed for these conditions. In an attempt to make this a reality, they have been supporting a facility known as Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Center.

Tony Petrello and his Dedication to Philanthropic Causes. This facility is researching for the cause and treatment of neurological disorders in children. Tony Petrello is hoping that the research being done will be successful and that children will no longer have to live torturous lives just because no facility can offer medical support for their medical conditions.

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